Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Coolidge

#2 of 31 in Historic Sites in Phoenix & Central Arizona
Must see · Ruin · State Park
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument (O'odham: Siwañ Waʼa Ki: or Sivan Vahki), in Coolidge, Arizona, just northeast of the city of Casa Grande, preserves a group of Hohokam structures dating to the Classic Period (1150-1450 C.E.).

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  • Chose the old US 80 route from Phoenix to Tucson in order to do some site-seeking. Visited this National Monument and was not disappointed. The history and awe-inspiring craftmanship of this...  more »
  • Nice site and much has been done since our last visit over a decade ago.Lot’s of improvements to your comfort,a new hdqtrs.(Off limits right now due to C- 19.)Much better signage and...  more »
  • I really like this place. It was interesting and informative. I only wish they would protect it more from the elements. There is less of it than when i first visited it 10 years ago. Sad. I do recommend seeing it before its gone one day.
  • Great place to visit. The volunteers are very friendly, and they have a real understanding of which they speak. It has a very nice little gift shop, including some luxury licorice. No charge for the exhibit, and it's nice to be able to walk around and look on our own time. We highly recommend this as a stop for your family.

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